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Outlook 2003 flags lose color

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by ComputerIlliterate, Apr 11, 2010.

  1. ComputerIlliterate

    ComputerIlliterate Flightless Bird

    I use Outlook 2003 to manage my AOL email. I color code flags by important
    emails. All of the red, yellow, green and blue flags I used to mark important
    messages are now a shade of off-red or orange. I need to get the flags back
    to the original color so I can determine which emails I have responded to and
    which I still have to respond to. It's for business, and it would be highly
    unprofessional to ask the client if I responded to their most recent email or
    handled their task. Can someone please help me restore the proper color to
    these flags?
     
  2. LD55ZRA

    LD55ZRA Flightless Bird

    In Office 2007, On the Message tab, in the Options group, one can
    click Follow Up, and then click Clear Flag an this does the
    trick. In office 2003 you have to do something similar to achieve
    the same result. You need to select all the messages first to do
    it in one go.

    hth


    ComputerIlliterate wrote:
    >
    > I use Outlook 2003 to manage my AOL email. I color code flags by important
    > emails. All of the red, yellow, green and blue flags I used to mark important
    > messages are now a shade of off-red or orange. I need to get the flags back
    > to the original color so I can determine which emails I have responded to and
    > which I still have to respond to. It's for business, and it would be highly
    > unprofessional to ask the client if I responded to their most recent email or
    > handled their task. Can someone please help me restore the proper color to
    > these flags?


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